Nobody can doubt that technology is changing the way we work. According to McKinsey, in 2030 the demand for technological skills will climb by 55%, so it’s a great time to get a job in the tech industry.
Our annual Business Transformation Summit in 2019 was a truly global experience. We welcomed over 800 participants attending events in four European cities. The theme for the summit was ‘acceleration’. This is a vital concept in a world where speed is critical and there are many creative opportunities. But when things move so fast, how
Digital learning should form part of any modern L&D strategy. Whilst face-to-face and on-the-job training remain essential elements, digitising appropriate learning material can be convenient, cost-effective and scalable.
Big Data, Internet of Things, cybersecurity, agile, social management, distance networking, etc. These are increasingly sought after skills. In the near future their impact will become ever stronger. As a result, they will in turn affect training. Steve Dineen has simplified some of the main impacts we will see. The YouTube effect The widespread passion
The digital world has shortened distances and mixed cultures, but, in their own way, Confucius and Aristotle were already very close over two thousand years ago. One introduced the concept of a superior man, defining him as “cautious in speaking and ready for action”, as one who through knowledge, thought, purpose, regulation and “government” achieves
How Artificial Intelligence is revolutionising the role of HR? At our recent Business Transformation Summit, Future Workplace expert and best-selling author Jeanne Meister gave a keynote on how technology plays an important role in the employee experience. Here, we reflect on the key messages from Jeanne’s presentation.